Snow closure Friday March 2
Due to adverse weather conditions and having taken advice regarding possible impact on health, safety and travel, we are not able to open to students tomorrow March 2. We expect to reopen on Monday March 5. Please check our website and Facebook page for any further news.
Snow closure Monday December 11
Thomas Estley is closed Monday December 11 to students due to no school bus operation being available to transport students as a result of predicted road conditions. We will reopen on Tuesday December 12. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Staff should report to work as normal if they are able to travel to the college.
Thank you for coming!
Thank you for coming! We welcomed over 350 of you to our Open College evening last week and more than 200 of you to our Open College tours, where you can see the normal working life of the college, access all areas, warts and all! Thank you for your kind comments and overwhelming praise for
Open College – come and see us!
Come and have a look at Thomas Estley! We are delighted to invite primary aged students and their parents to our annual Open College week, 12-14 September 2017. Visit the college during the day for a no-frills, authentic taste of the daily learning experience, when you can tour a variety of lessons and ask our
Year Seven Belgian trippers enjoyed developing their French speaking skills and cultural knowledge as they visited the charming city of Bruges and our partner school this week.
Jeans4Genes Day – Friday, 23rd September 2016
Please find attached our letter and information about the Jeans for Genes day on Friday, 23rd September 2016
New buildings, new uniform, new GCSE curriculum! After years of careful preparation we are delighted to move into the next stage of our development as an outstanding 11-16 college providing a wide range of GCSE programmes within our inclusive, community ethos of support and challenge. Through recruitment, training and retention, we have an excellent team
The Education Secretary visits Thomas Estley!
Thomas Estley was delighted to welcome Nicky Morgan, the Education Secretary, today for a Q & A session with a selection of teachers from our Teaching School Alliance. A wide range of topics was covered ranging from EBacc curriculum plans to the work of the teaching school.
Food for our community
Harvest collection for our community food banks! Last month we were proud of our students and staff as they donated food for two local food banks, Lutterworth and Narborough. The collection was organised by our college Christian group, who have also supported a sponsored child for several years now, and whose charity Pancake Day pancake
Leadership achievements for Specialisms
Our nationally renowned Year Nine Specialisms programme, unique locally, develops leadership qualities, creative thinking, teamwork, reflection and independence to prepare our students for further study and work. Our Year Nine sports specialists have just delivered a multi skills festival to the Year One and Two students at Orchard and Old Mill primary schools, where the